Wilmer Valderrama’s colorful character on "That 70's Show" might be hitting the big screen.
The Venezuelan actor told E News! that there might just be a “That 70's Show’ film.
“I can’t tell you it’s really happening, but we’re thinking that a ‘That 70's Movie" would probably be more appropriate than a 70's [TV] reunion,” said Valderrama, who played Fez in the show.
Valderrama also put in his two cents in regards to the alleged hookup with newly single actor Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis.
“At this point, 15, 16 years of our career, we’ve heard it all,” Valderrama said. "It is what it is.We don’t ever have a real opinion about it. We don't ever read. We don't even listen."
Valderrama has also been public with his stand on how Latinos will affect the upcoming election.
“It’s the time that we as [a] Latin culture, as Hispanics, as Latinos, that we go out there and we show America that we have not only been here but that we are also the influential force that will tip over this election,” Valderrama told Fox News Latino at the red carpet during Billboard’s Latin music awards.
“If all of us don’t tell each other to do this, if our friends and our family and our neighbors don’t tell each other to do this, that we have to go out there and make a difference for one another, to be able to let the country know that we are here and we are here to stay, If we don’t do that, then our voice and our numbers are not going to matter,” Valderrama added, passionately.
Earlier this week, Valderrama also spoke about Latinos getting involved in politics to a full house seminar at Arizona State University.
The actor took on a pro-immigration perspective. The event was sponsored by “Voto Latino,” an organization that strives to get U.S. Latino voters interested in the future election and is co-founded by fellow actress Rosario Dawson.
"The only way the system can work is if we all get involved," Valderrama said. "Don’t expect politicians to figure it out for you."
"If we don’t tell our friends to vote, who will?" he said.